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Old 13-12-2011, 19:56
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I miss the fake sheikh.
Something l do agree with you on goldi.. Thought he did a great job
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Old 13-12-2011, 20:21
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Maybe you should start a 'bring back NOTW' thread. See how long it lasts.
aww you made the showbiz thread, you are now officially a celebrity (and the name calling that goes with that, (not me I hasten to add)) You could start a bring back NOTW thread or poll even, world's your oyster, go for it
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Old 13-12-2011, 20:36
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Oi Ian......got a question for you.

Do you moderate all the comments which appear after you have done your bit?

Are you a journalist or a moderator?

Just wondering because the 3am girls are being accused of all sorts and I'm pretty sure that they are employed to write 'copy' just as you are.

Can you please answer me?
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Old 13-12-2011, 20:58
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Oi Ian......got a question for you.

Do you moderate all the comments which appear after you have done your bit?

Are you a journalist or a moderator?

Just wondering because the 3am girls are being accused of all sorts and I'm pretty sure that they are employed to write 'copy' just as you are.

Can you please answer me?
Hi DiamondDoll,
I don't moderate but I sometimes reply if someone has posted something really stupid.
I can't vouch for the 3am girls. In any way.
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Old 13-12-2011, 21:36
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Right come ladies - we are all intelligent on here (well most of us) but we all seem to have become a teensy weensy bit excited by the presence of Ian, who I am sure is just a normal everyday bloke with a very important job to do (i.e. watching telly...what could be more important?)

And he doesn't need us all turning into that woman off the fast show...(she's different with men)


Oh Hi ian - *giggles, twirls hair*

I have a question for you... When watching telly, do you ever switch off? Not switch the telly off, but watch it for fun without your TV critic hat on? Or does it still seem like 'work'?
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Old 13-12-2011, 21:42
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Right come ladies - we are all intelligent on here (well most of us) but we all seem to have become a teensy weensy bit excited by the presence of Ian, who I am sure is just a normal everyday bloke with a very important job to do (i.e. watching telly...what could be more important?)

And he doesn't need us all turning into that woman off the fast show...(she's different with men)


Oh Hi ian - *giggles, twirls hair*

I have a question for you... When watching telly, do you ever switch off? Not switch the telly off, but watch it for fun without your TV critic hat on? Or does it still seem like 'work'?
Ha! Catfight! Sticks chest out and pouts. Hope your not clogging his private message board.

Sorry Ian how many bottles of wine does it take to drown out the reality shows.
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Old 13-12-2011, 21:43
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Right come ladies - we are all intelligent on here (well most of us) but we all seem to have become a teensy weensy bit excited by the presence of Ian, who I am sure is just a normal everyday bloke with a very important job to do (i.e. watching telly...what could be more important?)

And he doesn't need us all turning into that woman off the fast show...(she's different with men)


Oh Hi ian - *giggles, twirls hair*

I have a question for you... When watching telly, do you ever switch off? Not switch the telly off, but watch it for fun without your TV critic hat on? Or does it still seem like 'work'?

Yeah, l'd noticed that. Awww, bless.
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Old 13-12-2011, 21:49
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Right come ladies - we are all intelligent on here (well most of us) but we all seem to have become a teensy weensy bit excited by the presence of Ian, who I am sure is just a normal everyday bloke with a very important job to do (i.e. watching telly...what could be more important?)

And he doesn't need us all turning into that woman off the fast show...(she's different with men)


Oh Hi ian - *giggles, twirls hair*

I have a question for you... When watching telly, do you ever switch off? Not switch the telly off, but watch it for fun without your TV critic hat on? Or does it still seem like 'work'?
Ha. It's all work really. You never know when something might crop up.
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Old 13-12-2011, 21:50
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Ha! Catfight! Sticks chest out and pouts. Hope your not clogging his private message board.

Sorry Ian how many bottles of wine does it take to drown out the reality shows.
I only drink to forget X Factor these days.
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Old 13-12-2011, 21:54
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Hi DiamondDoll,
I don't moderate but I sometimes reply if someone has posted something really stupid.
I can't vouch for the 3am girls. In any way.
Thanks for replying.

Whilst I understand that you can only speak for yourself, how likely do you think it is that journalists actually moderate responses?
You did say that that you are willing to reply but do you have any input to comments posted?

Sorry if I sound as though I am cross-examining you.
I'm just interested. xx
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Old 13-12-2011, 21:57
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Ha. It's all work really. You never know when something might crop up.
Oh - I didn't know you had to review Television X too..
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Old 13-12-2011, 22:07
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Thanks for replying.

Whilst I understand that you can only speak for yourself, how likely do you think it is that journalists actually moderate responses?
You did say that that you are willing to reply but do you have any input to comments posted?

Sorry if I sound as though I am cross-examining you.
I'm just interested. xx
I'd be surprised if journalists did any moderating. It would interfere with important work down the pub.
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Old 13-12-2011, 22:08
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I'd be surprised if journalists did any moderating. It would interfere with important work down the pub.
Oh Mr Hyland I love you sarcastic and funny.
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Old 13-12-2011, 22:08
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I'd be surprised if journalists did any moderating. It would interfere with important work down the pub.
Just as I suspected.
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Old 13-12-2011, 22:08
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Oh - I didn't know you had to review Television X too..


That, and Rhianna's dance routines.
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Old 13-12-2011, 22:12
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Hi DiamondDoll,
I don't moderate but I sometimes reply if someone has posted something really stupid.
I can't vouch for the 3am girls. In any way.
Thanks for that....says it all really.
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Old 13-12-2011, 22:14
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Thanks for that....says it all really.
Does it?
I'm confuzzled.
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Old 13-12-2011, 22:16
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I'd be surprised if journalists did any moderating. It would interfere with important work down the pub.
Some dont even read the comments, a few journos tweeted about this a while ago saying they take no notice and dont read the comments left under their articles....which is fair enough.

At least you read some of yours
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Old 13-12-2011, 22:19
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Does it?
I'm confuzzled.
i'd let it go, DD. Don't get baited into an argument about a closed thread.
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Old 13-12-2011, 22:20
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All the usual claptrap (which inspired my question) has been removed.
Good old DS never lets us down.
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Old 13-12-2011, 22:21
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i'd let it go, DD. Don't get baited into an argument about a closed thread.
Yup..........all par for the course,innit?
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Old 13-12-2011, 22:24
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I only drink to forget X Factor these days.
Dire this year hardly watched it, although I caught the usual, you owned that stage, you made that song your own, I want everyone from **fill in the town** to vote for you. Have I missed any.
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Old 13-12-2011, 22:26
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Dire this year hardly watched it, although I caught the usual, you owned that stage, you made that song your own, I want everyone from **fill in the town** to vote for you. Have I missed any.
Lousy Bingo, we call it.

You made that song your own.

I hope the people of *insert town* are picking up their phones


You. Deserve. to be. in. that. FINAL!!

Etc.
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Old 13-12-2011, 22:26
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Ian Hyland & Ally Ross are both hilarious.
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Old 13-12-2011, 22:28
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Lousy Bingo, we call it.

You made that song your own.

I hope the people of *insert town* are picking up their phones


You. Deserve. to be. in. that. FINAL!!

Etc.
Your like a young........
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